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biomedical researcher

Tai-Huang Huang, Chinese, American biomedical researcher. Research grantee National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, United States Department of Agriculture. Second lieutenant Chinese Army, 1969-1970. Member Biophysical Society China (executive secretary 1995), Biophysical Society United States, American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi.

Background

Huang, Tai-Huang was born on August 22, 1945 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Son of Jin-Jee and Shiu (Chang) Huang.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan Normal University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1979.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology National Magnet Laboratory, 1979—1982. Assistant professor physics, adjunct assistant professor biochemistry University Maine, Orono, 1982-1986. Associate professor physics, member Center Biotechnology Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1986-1993.

Research fellow Institute Biomedical Sciences Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, since 1991. Director High-field Macromolecular Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Core Facility National Research Progressive Genomic Medicine, since 2000. Professor department physics National Taiwan Normal University, since 2002.

Consultant Taipei Veterans Hospital, 1994. Adjunct professor National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1996.

Membership

Second lieutenant Chinese Army, 1969-1970. Member Biophysical Society China (executive secretary 1995), Biophysical Society United States, American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Rong-Fong Tsai. Children: Joseph, Benjamin.

father:
Jin-Jee Huang

mother:
Shiu (Chang) Huang

spouse:
Rong-Fong Tsai

child:
Joseph Huang

child:
Benjamin Huang